FR-1000-R

Xintex Fire Detection And Alarm Panels

Xintex Fire Detection And Alarm Panels

Description

The Xintex Fire Detection And Alarm Panel is an excellent fit for personal yachts or cabin cruisers.

Features

  • Visual Indication Of A Fire Or Fault
  • Audible Indication Of A Fire Or Fault
  • Waterproof Display
List Price
$368.00
Your Price
$186.25
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Fireboy-Xintex FR Series Fire Detection Systems provide intelligent networked solutions with easy installation. No extensive set up or programming required.

Each system consists of a monitor panel and up to 14 smoke or heat detectors for a 12VDC system, or 8 detectors on a 24VDC system, and/or rate of rise heat detectors connected to each zone (sold separately.)

The stylish 2-5/8" square membrane style display panel features colored LED's indicating Power, Status: Okay, Fault, or Fire.

Provides full indication from one central location on your boat.

Features:

  • Includes 85dB horn
  • Housing is 2 1/8" diameter, and may be installed inside wall or at helm station
  • Supply Voltage: 10-30 VDC (auto sensing)
  • Voltage and EMI protected
  • Reverse polarity protected
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xintex Fire Detection And Alarm Panels FR-1000-R Fire Detection And Alarm Panel, 1 Zone
$186.25
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Xintex 2 Zone Fire Detection & Alarm Panel FR-2000-R Fire Detection And Alarm Panel, 2 Zone
$240.00
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